Adopting a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning mindset at the college level. A structured approach for reflecting on one’s teaching practices





Mastracci, Angela
Stevens, Angela

Teachers who engage in a SoTL approach rigorously and systematically study a perceived concern or dissatisfaction in one of their courses, in order to improve or facilitate learning among their students. For the process to be complete, it is important to share the results with disciplinary or pedagogical peers. It is a form of professional development focused on an individual project that leads to the consolidation or renewal of pedagogical practices and also, eventually, to the enrichment of educational-based knowledge through the sharing of information. With the goal of promoting the SoTL mindset at the college level through sustained support, a project was set up at Cegep Champlain - St. Lawrence, in collaboration with the AQPC and the ARC. This pilot project provided a framework and a support team that allowed five selected teachers to develop, validate or update a teaching practice by addressing a pedagogical or techno-pedagogical issue they had encountered in their respective courses.


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